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Ford Focus Owners Manual: Using an iPod

Various icons are used to identify types of audio file, folders etc.


iPod is the active source


iPod playlist


iPod artist


iPod album


iPod genre


iPod song


iPod generic category


iPod generic media file

Sony radio

Operation

Select the iPod as the audio source by repeatedly pressing the CD/AUX button until iPod appears in the display.

The iPod menu list for browsing contents will be available through the radio display.

Navigation of the contents follows the same principles as for iPod standalone use (for example search by artist, title, etc.). To browse the iPod contents, press the up/down arrow key or the OK button once.

The display will show the track information, together with other important information described below:

• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of the display shows the current position of the list view.

• ">" after an entry indicates a further level down is readable (for example all albums by a particular artist).

• "<" before the list indicates that a further level up is readable.

• An icon on the left side indicates the type of the currently displayed list (for example list of albums). Refer to the list for an explanation of these icons.

To navigate the iPod contents, use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through lists, and the left/right keys to move up or down within the hierarchy. Once your desired track, playlist, album, artist or genre is highlighted, press the OK button to select playback.

Note: If you wish to jump to the top level of the iPod contents, press and hold the left arrow key.

Audio control

Press the left and right arrow keys to skip backwards and forwards through tracks.

Press and hold the left/right arrow keys to enable fast rewind/fast forward through track content.

Press the up/down arrow key or the OK button to browse the iPod contents.

Press the MENU key to enter the iPod menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and repeat functions here. It is also possible to enable the iPod "Shuffle songs" option directly from the top level.

Press the SCAN button to scan the currently selected tracks.

Press the INFO button to display the following:

• title.

• artist.

• track number and playing time.

Repeated button presses will scroll through these displays.

CD Navigation units

Operation

Select the iPod as the audio source by pressing the CD/AUX button until DEVICES appears in the display. Select DEVICES and then select iPod from the available device list.

The iPod menu list for browsing contents will be available through the display.

Navigation of the contents follows the same principles as for iPod standalone use (for example search by artist, title, etc.). To browse the iPod contents, press the SELECT button once.

The display will show the track information, together with other important information described below:

• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of the display shows the current position of the list view.

• ">" after an entry indicates a further level down is readable (for example all albums by a particular artist).

• "<" before the list indicates that a further level up is readable.

• An icon on the left side indicates the type of the currently displayed list (for example list of albums). Refer to the list for an explanation of these icons.

To navigate the iPod contents, use the rotary scroll/select button to browse through lists. Push the button to expand the contents within the highlighted playlist, album, artist, genre or to commence playback of a particular track. Press ESC to go up one level.

Audio control

Press the SEEK up and down keys to skip backwards and forwards through tracks.

Press and hold the SEEK keys to enable fast rewind/fast forward through track content.

Rotate or press the SELECT button to browse the iPod contents.

Press the MENU key to enter the iPod menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and repeat functions here. It is also possible to enable the iPod "Shuffle songs" option directly from the top level.

Press the SCAN button to scan the currently selected tracks.

Press the INFO button to display the following:

• title.

• artist.

• track number and playing time.

DVD Navigation units

Operation

Select the iPod as the audio source by pressing the CD/AUX button until the iPod button appears to the left of the display. Select iPod from the available device list.

Note: Some devices may be shown but not selectable, depending if the device is connected or not.

The iPod menu list for browsing contents will be available through the display.

Navigation of the contents follows the same principles as for iPod standalone use (for example search by artist, title, etc.). To browse the iPod contents, press the scroll up or down arrow button.

The display will show the track information, together with other important information described below:

• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of the display shows the current position of the list view.

• ">" after an entry indicates a further level down is readable (for example all albums by a particular artist).

• "<" before the list indicates that a further level up is readable.

• An icon on the left side indicates the type of the currently displayed list (for example list of albums). Refer to the list for an explanation of these icons.

To navigate the iPod contents, use the scroll buttons to browse through lists.

Push the button to expand the contents within the highlighted playlist, album, artist, genre or to commence playback of a particular track. Press the left arrow key to go up one level.

Audio control

Press the SEEK up and down keys to skip backwards and forwards through tracks.

Press and hold the SEEK keys to enable fast rewind/fast forward through track content.

Press the scroll bar arrow keys to browse the iPod contents.

Press the MENU key to enter the iPod menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and repeat functions here. It is also possible to enable the iPod "Shuffle songs" option directly from the top level.

Press the SCAN button to scan the currently selected tracks.

Press the INFO button to display the following:

• title.

• artist.

• track number and playing time.

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